Notes from An Alien

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Yet More From The Writing Challenge ~ Use The 1200 Most Common English Words In A Story

Back in June of last year, I started the Writing Challenge ~ Use The 1200 Most Common Words To Write A Story…

You can find the list of words in that last link.

My first mistake was to say, “To Write A Story”, instead of “In A Story”—folks could think I meant they had to use Only the 1200 words

However, in the post, First Response To Our Writing Challenge, Gwenette WriterSinclair wrote the first chapter of a story using the first 100 words.

Time went by………

In the Comments of that last linked-to post, Barbara Blackcinder wrote a chapter of a story but used words 1100 to 1200.

I made my second mistake in the post, More from The Writing Challenge With The Most Common Words.

Barbara had added another chapter and I put them both in that last post.

Since she had started at the end of the list, I thought she was working from the end of a story to the beginning—Wrong!

Recently, Barbara added 3 more chapters and I finally have them in the right order:

Download Barbara’s first 5 chapters as a Word .doc or an Adobe .pdf.

Will Barbara continue her story?

Will Gwenette ever come back??

Are you game to take the Challenge?
Our Comment Link Is At The Top of The Post :-)
For Private Comments, Email: amzolt {at} gmail {dot} com


3 responses to “Yet More From The Writing Challenge ~ Use The 1200 Most Common English Words In A Story

  1. Angela Yuriko Smith April 16, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    This is getting more and more interesting… writing the story is becoming quite a story ;p


  2. Alexander M Zoltai April 16, 2012 at 10:52 pm

    Hi, Angela :-)

    Yes, and, it appears there may be a third person taking up the challenge soon<b….


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